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F5sl First I finnished some processes in Windows Tasks Manager and all files gone from pulit togeather with all taskbar and windows manu, only gadgets on the pulit left. The mouse was moving but It`s nothing happenned when I pressed mouse buttons. I turned the power off tried to reset and it cannot turn on my notebook, looks like its dead. What should I do now? How to repair that?

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Go to control panel and disable/re-enable the mouse

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SOURCE: ASUS notebook gone inactive

It is possible that you switched off the internal video display, enabling the external adapter. If this is the case, you should be able to plug in an external monitor, get your display back, and change monitors back to the internal one via software (display properties).

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SOURCE: Notebook won't start/lcd is blank but the power is on

You could have a faulty motherboard or RAM.
First remove the main battery and boot up the laptop without the main battery connected, if it boots up insert the battery, no need to power down. If that doesn't work, switch off/disconnect the adapter and insert the battery, then reseat the RAM modules and boot up.

If nothing works then you have a piece of junk. You can salvage the hard disk and put it into an USB hard drive adapter case and use it as an external USB hard drive.

Posted on Apr 13, 2009

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SOURCE: My Asus A6 Entertainment Series Notebook Won't Boot Up/ More...

go to

use the auto find function for new users and this will install a Auto Find Navigation Tools on to your computer,
Let the tool find your motherboard and it will give you a list of the drivers available and Manuals as well

There is a NB Probe available for this model and it will tell you all about the devices and the operating temperatures of each device installed,ie,hard drives,fan speed and temperature,
memory installed ,cpu usage etc......

Very simple to use and its free thanks ASUS

Cheers Misterdj

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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SOURCE: My Asus EeePC 900 won't boot up. The lights come

You possibly could connect it to a monitor or tv to see if it shows up on there. But, yea sounds like you have an internal problem with the screen disconnected.

Posted on Jan 06, 2010

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SOURCE: I was told press F2 simultaneously on startup, nothing happened

You need not to press F2 or tab or escape unless you need to do so. If your system is ok, it'll automatically boot up, but if there's boot up problem with your system, then that's different. Thanks for using FixYa.

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